Kelab Golf Perkhidmatan Awam,
Bukit Kiara off Jalan Damansara,
Jalan Pantai Baru, Kuala Lumpur
Business hours: 7.00am-10.30pm.
AS THE Ramadan month draws closer, restaurateurs are competitively gearing up their kitchen team to whip up flavoursome meals for breaking fast and finding a niche to be ahead of others.
Kelab Golf Perkhidmatan Awam (KGPA) in Kuala Lumpur and its food and beverage team Azam Pandan headed by experienced Malay chefs, Rahmah Hamid and Rodiah Johar will be dishing out some of the unique Malay dishes that are not commonly served nowadays.
“Citarasa Ramadan 2011” will feature the almost forgotten tetel assam pedas rebung, telur itik masak lemak belimbing buluh, perut rebung masak lemak, gulai kawah, steamed silver catfish, pucuk manis lemak keledek, just to name a few.
Located at the top of Bukit Kiara, diners can enjoy their meal overlooking the lush greenery while enjoying the 36 types of food served in hawker stall concept.
For appetisers, a variety of fresh malay salads like ulam raja, daun selom, pucuk pegaga, petai are set to tickle the taste buds and get one going for the 200 over items to be savoured, complemented by sambal belacan, budu, cencalok and tempoyak with kerabu, pickle, salted eggs and different types of salted fish on the side.
Popular dishes such as whole roast lamb, grilled crabs and fish, Hainanese chicken rice, shrimp fritters and other fried food including Penang Char Kway Teow will also be available.
Traditional Malay dishes are a must. A wide variety of desserts including Malay kuih such as serawa durian with pulut will add sweet endings to the evening. In addition, over 10 types of beverages are available including a teh tarik stall.
It is priced at RM55 nett for adults and RM28 for children.
The promotion kicks off on Aug 3 until Aug 27 from 6.30pm until 9.30 pm.
For reservations, call 03-7956 0122/03-7955 1216 or visit www.kgpagolf.com.
Early birds to make bookings may get two free vouchers for every 10 paying guests.
This is the writer’s personal observation and is not an endorsement by StarMetro.